|Ok, I have a Fujitsu 6.4 gig laptop drive that I have been slaving over for the past several weeks trying to get it to say something other than "Invalid System Disk, Replace and Try Again" Finally, I decided I would go a little crazy and try the old 283 mg laptop hard drive I had in my closet. It booted perfectly without any problems. I tried different BIOS settings like other and DOS and found that they didn't affect the boot process at all. Upon further inspection I realized that the hard drive had been formatted FAT16 and my 6.4 gig was FAT32. So, I formatted the 6.4 as a FAT16 drive <consequently the largest I could get the partition to be was 2 gigs) It worked perfectly however when I went to install Windows, it reset the first time and all I get is a blank screen. I realize others on the list have had these same problems but I could find no answers.|
Does a hard drive have to be formatted FAT16 in order to work in the Webplayer?
How do I fix the blank screen, no boot error after the first reset in the Windows install.
How many times have I told you? My name is The Plague!